Textus Roffensis Online
The Textus Roffensis, which was voted England's best hidden treasure, is now available to view online - http://ttpadd.bl.uk/ttp_software/silverlight/default.html.
Written by a monk in St Andrew's Priory at Rochester Cathedral in about 1125, it contains legal and monastery records.
(update, March 2013: If the British Library link above doesn't work, you can try the scanned images on the Medway Archives website)
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Textus Roffensis: Foundations for the Magna Carta
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